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Since 1993, the government of Tanzania has been providing loans to the vulnerable and marginalized groups, initially being women and youth  groups then following the amendment of The Local Governments Act of 1982 as amended in 2018, section 37A (4) requires Local Government Authorities (LGAs) to provide 2% loans from its own revenues with no interest to the people living with disabilities (...
“Improved Opportunities and Obstacles to Development (O&OD) is a methodology to build and sustain collaborative relationships between Local Government Authorities (LGAs) and community for better service delivery and local development by empowering communities and promoting Community Initiatives (CIs). It allows the people, LGA and other stakeholders to support one another to realise...
As indicated in the National Environmental Policy of 1997, Tanzania faces several environmental challenges which include land degradation, lack of accessible good quality water for both rural and urban habitants; loss of biodiversity, deteriorations of aquatic systems, deforestation, environmental pollutions, climate change and a scant financial resource to address these challenges. The impacts...
Mpango wa Pili wa Taifa wa Maendeleo wa Miaka Mitano (2016/2017-2020/21), pamoja na malengo mengine, unakusudia kuweka mazingira wezeshi kwa vijana, wanawake na watu wenye ulemavu kujiajiri na kushiriki katika shughuli za kiuchumi kama vile kilimo, ufugaji na uzalishaji wa bidhaa mbalimbali.Miongoni mwa mikakati ya kutimiza lengo hilo iliyoainishwa katika Mpango huo ni utoaji wa mikopo yenye...
PREAMBLE: We, the members of the Tanzania Tax Justice Coalition (TTJC), a Civil Society Coalition advocating for fairness in taxation, having done a series of review sessions and consultations on Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM) in relation to the National budget during the COVID-19 pandemic,  have considered the proposals presented in March 2020 by the Minister of Finance and...
Policy Forum adopted social accountability monitoring (SAM) in 2008 as one of its strategic approaches to capacitate its members working at the sub-national level in Tanzania to engage in policy processes more meaningfully. Since then, I have seen SAM initiatives contribute to building teacher’s housing at remote schools, the operationalisation of primary health care facilities, and the...
Development and the use of technology including mobile phones has been rapidly on the rise across Tanzania. According to the Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA), out of 59.7 million people in Tanzania, the number of internet users in 2019 amounted to approximately 23.1 million. This has eased communication and information sharing amongst the public and institutions including the...
Agreements that are signed between a  government of a developing country and foreign mining companies to supplement or supplant the existing mining legal and fiscal regime also known as Mining Development Agreements (MDAs) are signed with the aim of assuring foreign investors that a developing country’s government will not change the rules of the agreement once investors put in their...
Overview of the Beneficial Ownership (BO) Natural Resources (minerals, oil and gas) have potential to provide a means for a country to reduce poverty and achieve inclusive and sustainable change if effectively managed from the stages of application and awarding of licenses/contracts through to revenue collections and spending. Applications and awards of licenses/contracts for mining, oil and gas...
Mtandao wa Uangalizi wa Uchaguzi Tanzania (TACCEO) na Jukwaa la Sera (Policy Forum) tumeendelea kufuatilia mchakato wa utayarishaji wa Kanuni za Uchaguzi wa Serikali za Mitaa,2019 nchini Tanzania kwa kutoa maoni kwenye rasimu ya kanuni husika ambapo maoni na mapendekezo yetu yaliwasilishwa Ofisi ya Rais-TAMISEMI mnamo mwezi Aprili, 2019. Baada ya kuchapishwa na kutangazwa kwa kanuni husika na...

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